Defensive riding is a strategy that helps motorists including motorcycle riders to always be in control and not to be surprised by the actions of other motorists or riders. It is about observing, anticipating, planning and enabling a motorcycle rider to remain in a safe controllable situation.
Children have been targeted in several populous estates in the city and its outskirts including Kasarani, Zimmerman, Syokimau, Kitengela and Mlolongo as well as other towns around the country. The situation has left parents worried and searching for answers, with some even too scared to let their children play in the places they were accustomed to.
It takes courage to lead with an infinite mindset because success might not show immediately, but if you adopt it as a corporate strategy, you’ll build a stronger, more stable, more innovative, and inspiring company.
The French consortium will design, finance, construct, operate and maintain the highway over a period of 30 years - with expenses to be recouped from the electronic toll collection system.
Most of her colleagues at Barclays spent most of their professional careers rising through the ranks at the bank. They were comfortable, she explained, due to the high salaries and perks that came with the job including cheap loans.
Launched in 1993, the Always School Programme has reached millions of young girls across Kenya through puberty education. This has gone a long way in addressing period stigma and taboos in the country, creating spaces where young girls can speak freely about the changes happening in their bodies during puberty onset.
The unit was profitable, but, interestingly, data showed that bread consumption (where Blue Band and food spreads shine) was on the decline in key markets globally.
Soon enough, however, as they were blocked across all platforms by those who invited them to sign up and social media pages also went missing, it became apparent even to the staunchest of believers that Amazon Web Worker Africa was the latest in a long list of lucrative online scams Kenyans have fallen victim to in recent years.
Companies manufacturing common house-hold goods, such as detergent, tea leaves and flour started selling smaller packages of their products in a bid to target the masses. Their marketing strategies had to change as well, and SK Macharia's 'common mwananchi' focused stations were right there to capitalize on the opportunity.